Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy 2014

In October 2014, the Government of India formalised the Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy 2014.

It contained guidelines in an attempt to provide a uniform policy in all states where Tibetans reside, and normalise access to various Indian government schemes and benefits. Matters concerning land lease, and extending Central and States benefits, are also specified.

The Policy also says that Tibetan Refugees may also be permitted to pursue jobs in any field for which they are professionally qualified.

The Central Tibetan Relief Committee (CTRC), under the Department of Home of the Central Tibetan Administration, coordinates relief and rehabilitation works for thousands of Tibetan refugees in India, Nepal, and Bhutan. CTRC works in association with individuals, aid agencies, and the Government of India.

More information at Tibet.net

View and download the 13 pages of the Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy 2014

View/download as PDF

Download all pages of the Policy plus annexures, as an 88-page PDF file
(The original is at centraltibetanreliefcommittee.org/ctrc/trp-2014/tibetan-rehab-policy-2014-final-copy.pdf)

View/download the pages of the Policy, as 13 jpg images

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This page was posted on 15 May 2018; last updated 2 July 2019.


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